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mōmen , ĭnis, n. for movimen, from moveo.
I. Movement, motion: “e salso consurgere momine ponti,” i. e. from the salt billows, Lucr. 6, 474; so also id. 2, 632, and 4, 179; v. Lachm. (where others read numine); cf. id. 3, 144.—
II. Weight, momentum; importance, moment (ante- and postclass.): “momine parvo moveri,Lucr. 3, 188: “nullius mominis esse,to be of no consequence, of no moment, Arn. 2, 77.—*
III. A moment of time, Manil. 3, 675.
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